Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Universal Classic Monsters

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10 comments:

girl6 said...

!!!!!...
i just saw this yesterday online....Haven't they drained us DRY Already with all the different versions / pkgs of these movies...

i Can NEVER get Enuff of these Classics tho...& they know it---those Sly Doggies...

are you going to purchase?...

Rot said...

I'll keep an eye out for it months from now when it's really cheap....October's a rough month for expenditures...like we have a Pumpkin/cornstalk fund... a Haunt supplies fund....

Though truthfully, I don't have any clean copies of these classics...and it'd be great to have them all in one place.

So maybe I'll tap into a fund.

Rot said...

I'll embezzle.

girl6 said...

hahahahhahahahaha....
YOU the Sly Doggie... :D

i hear ya about the $$$ flow & different funds....
it's Best to wait awhile..then catch a sale online with a coupon or something like that...

s ighhhh....the things we tell ourselves to feel better.... :D

Sara said...

See? I am thinking this falls into Emergency fund, right?

I agree. October is CRAZY expensive, and I don't even haunt my house/yard elaborately. Sigh. It's kinda expensive between now and January 1st, though. I think I'm going to Amazon Wishlist it and hope a kind soul gifts it to me, lol!

Costume Bot said...

I got mine yesterday but have only had time to watch Dracula so far. The quality of the new transfer is eye opening since I've never seen it in a theatre. I can't wait to see the other eight films (eight since they added a new transfer of the Spanish language Dracula as well!)

Wikkedmoon said...

Ahhh, the movies of my youth.

girl6 said...

OMG...Yesssss...the Spanish Dracula is Awesome!!!...some have even considered it to be superior to the Original---that's how Good it is...

the same sets were used for both movies too i believe---with different shooting schedules...

The Frog Queen said...

Husband and tapped the emergency fund for this one.

These are the basis for our haunt...how could we not :)

Cheers!

Sara said...

Spanish Dracula sounds HAWT!! lol, looking forward to watching that version! Thanks for the head's up everybody!